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20 Clever Ways And Simple Tricks to Keep Your Kitchen Organized

20 Clever Ways And Simple Tricks to Keep Your Kitchen Organized

These easy organization tips will transform
your kitchen. Before We Begin, please check the description
area first there are listed links to original project
and tutorial that exist in this video Here, 20 Simple Tricks to Keep Your Kitchen
Organized 1, Adjust your shelves. Most shelves can be reconfigured. Take time
to move them up or down to take advantage of vertical space. 2, Keep your favorite housewares within reach. Place housewares near where you use them (think
silverware by the table) so you can grab it all quickly. Reserve the prime spots for everyday
items. Your favorite mug can be at eye level, a cheese board up high. 3, Keep your fridge drawers clean. Line refrigerator shelves with disposable
Fridge Coasters to cut scrubbing time. They soak up drips, camouflage dirt and absorb
odors—plus, the perforated pieces make it easy to custom-fit to your shelves. 4, Incorporate shelves in your kitchen island. Keep cookbooks nearby but off the counter. 5, Use a plate rack for easy access. Store your plates horizontally in this build-your-own
rack. The best part is that it doesn’t take up too much space either. 6, Assemble a simple storage system. This clever blogger used an IKEA bed base
to create a utensil rack that can be used in so many ways. 7, Sort out your under the sink storage. Tired of the clutter under your sink? Use
baskets, stackable shelves, and more organizing systems to spruce up this overlooked space. 8, Find a hiding spot for all your canned
food. Your canned food won’t take up too much space
when you tuck it away in this rolling shelf organizer. 9, Use printable kitchen labels. Stay organized by labeling all your kitchen
containers and jars with stylish labels. 10, Organize your soap supplies. Keep your counters dry and clutter free by
using a decorative cake stand to house your soap and sponge. 11, Revamp your kitchen closet pantry. This entire pantry organization system cost
less than $100, and allows you to see everything you have in one simple glance. 12, Set up a vertical mug storage. This personal beverage nook will satisfy the
coffee lovers—and neat freaks—in your family. 13, Hang all your measuring tools on your
cabinet door. When you need to measure ingredients for dinner,
you’ll have easy access to your go-to tools with this clever system, which features a
chalk board for writing out a measurement cheat sheet. 14, Install blind corner systems in your cabinets. Fit base cabinets with pull-outs that take
advantage of every inch. A couple of huge helpers: They removed the center bar of two
side-by-side cabinets to create a roomy double-wide bin and installed a pull-out system in her
blind corner. Find ready-made blind corner systems from $100 at Lowe’s, Home Depot, and
IKEA. 15, Use drawer dividers to keep your items
in order. Accessories from Bed, Bath & Beyond max out
your available kitchen storage and make it easy for anyone to take stock. 16, Rethink your kitchen layout. Use clever SpaceScaping Kitchen Organizing
preprinted labels to run the gamut of kitchen contents. Stick them on doors and drawers
to plot each item’s best location, put everything in place, then peel them off when you’re used
to the new system. 17, Add ready-made pull-out drawers. Replace shelves with drawers to bring the
farthest reaches to light and you can access the back foot of every cabinet. 18, Create a schedule for clearing scattered
items. Shoes, backpacks, water glasses: If it moves
from room to room, it can get lost along the way. Designate can’t-miss spots to collect
strays (like the bottom of the stairs), then adopt a realistic schedule for clearing them,
like before bed or every Saturday morning. 19, Arrange cookware into workstations. Store similar items, like baking tools, in
one cabinet so you don’t need to zigzag around to make a cake. 20, Clear up your surfaces. Start from one side of the room and work your
way around, organizing one space before moving on to the next. Make sure your counters are
clean to get the most satisfaction for the least effort.

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